A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020

A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020
A 2020 Vision of
Our Environment:
The Spectrum of
Intensive Care

                   ANZICS20 HANDBOOK
A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020

                                                                                           3 ............................................ Welcome
                                                                                           3 ........................ Thanks To Our Sponsor
                                                                                           5 ........................................ Napier Map
                                                                                           6 .......................................... The Venue
                                                                                           8 ............................ General Information
                                                                                           11 ..............................Keynote Speakers
                                                                                           13.................. Our Inernational Speakers
                                                                                           15 ............................... Invited Speakers
                                                                                           23 ................................Social Functions
                                                                                           24 ........................ Programme Overview
                                                                                           30............................Exhibitor Floor Plan
                                                                                           31................................Exhibitor Profiles
                                                                                           37..................................... Delegate List

For further information about sponsoring/exhibiting, please contact the Conference Managers:



PO Box 90641, Victoria Street West, Auckland 1142, NZ t: +64 9 917 3653 e: donna@w4u.co.nz w: www.w4u.co.nz

A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020
A 2020 Vision of Our
The Spectrum                                                                   THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
of Intensive Care                                                              The organising committee would like to thank the
                                                                               following organisations for their support of the
                                                                               2020 New Zealand Regional ANZICS ASM.

Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa                                    PLATINUM SPONSOR

We would like to welcome you to the ANZICS NZ
Regional Annual Scientific Meeting, held from
Wednesday 4th to Friday 6th March 2020 at the Napier
Conference Centre, Napier, NZ.

The theme for our conference is A 2020 Vision of our
Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care and the
programme is set to truly deliver a 2020 Vision of our                         GOLD SPONSOR

The intensive care community certainly faces challenging
times ahead. We aim for our interwoven themes
of environmental sustainability and climate related
challenges, health equity, welfare and capacity to both
inspire and inform.
                                                                               SILVER SPONSOR
The team at Hawke’s Bay ICU welcomes you to our
beautiful region for ANZICS 2020.



Louise Trent (Co-Convenor), ICU HOD, Hawke's Bay DHB
Louise Speedy (Co-Convenor), ICU, Hawke's Bay DHB
Debra Chalmers, ICU Consultant, Hawke's Bay DHB​
Janet How, ICU Clinical Nurse Manager, Hawke's Bay DHB
Mike Park, ICU, Hawke's Bay DHB
Kirsty Taylor, ICU Nurse Educator, Hawke's Bay DHB
Craig Carr, ANZICS NZ Chair

3           ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"
A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020

                          Intensive Care ASM
                          14-16 October 2020
                          ICC Sydney
                          New South Wales

KEY        Abstract
           Submissions Open:
                                               Submissions Close:
                                                                    Early Bird
                                                                    Registrations Close:
DATES      16 March 2020       16 March 2020   10 July 2020         31 July 2020

                                   HARBOURING EXCELLENCE
                               IN INTENSIVE CARE AND BEYOND

A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020

                                                                   MAP OF NAPIER AND ENVIRONS:

                                                                   1......... Napier Conference Centre
                                                                   2......... Scenic Hotel Te Pania
                                                                              5 Marine Parade, Napier
                                                                   3......... Art Deco Masonic Hotel
                                                                              2 Tennyson St, Napier
                                                                   4......... expressotel
                                                                              Cnr Clive Square East and Tennyson Street, Napier
                                                                   5......... Quest Napier
                                                                              176 Dickens St, Napier
                                                                   6......... Quality Inn Napier
                                                                              311 Marine Parade, Napier

                                                                                                                Napier Conference Centre



                                                                                        Quest Napier


5    ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"
A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020

Napier Conference Centre is located on Napier’s iconic Marine
Parade with views from Mahia Peninsula to Cape Kidnappers.
Following the Marine Parade, we are located at the northern
end, directly opposite Scenic Te Pania Hotel.

     48 Marine Parade, Private Bag 6010, Napier 4140, NZ
     Napier Conference Centre
      +64 6 835 9001

A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020
Workz4U Conference Management

                                          Available for                                     Scan to
Workz4U Conference Management

 7   ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"
A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020

AUDIO VISUAL TECHNICIAN                                            inclusive of GST.
AV Technicians will be on site throughout the conference.          Payment for registration must be received prior to the begining
Speakers – please ensure you download your presentations at        of the conference.
the technician’s desk in the room in which you are speaking –
well prior to your presentation time.                              DISABILITY ACCESS

                                                                   The ground floor of the venue has direct wheelchair access
                                                                   from the street. The lower level of the venue can be accessed
Bathrooms are located on both the lower and ground levels          via the passenger lift within the venue.
of the venue. Wheelchair accessible toilets are located on both
levels of the venue and are equipped with hand rails               DRESS
and basins.
                                                                   Conference Sessions           : Smart Casual
                                                                   Welcome Reception             : Smart Casual
CAR PARKING                                                        Conference Dinner             : Art Deco Style!
Car parking is available in the car park situated behind the
Ocean Spa Complex with access off Marine Parade 400m north         ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
of the Centre. An all day car-parking pass is available at the
                                                                   The Centre endorses sustainable practices for the good of the
centre reception for all attendees. Please note street parking
                                                                   environment. Recycling stations are located in the upper and
areas are 2 hours only. Parking on the forecourt at the front of
                                                                   lower foyer areas. Assistance with recycling and conservation of
the venue is for unloading & loading only and vehicles parked
                                                                   power and water is appreciated.
there may incur an infringement notice.

                                                                   EXHIBITION OPENING HOURS
                                                                   Wednesday 4 March 2020         12.00pm - 6.30pm
Please set to silent mode when the conference is in session.
You are welcome to continue to use your mobile to access the       (Includes Welcome Reception from 5.00pm - 6.30pm)
mobile app!
                                                                   Thursday 5 March 2020          7.00am - 3.30pm

CONFERENCE ROOMS                                                   Friday 6 March 2020            8.00am - 3.30pm

Registration Desk            : Foyer
Exhibition                   : The Ballroom                         VISIT OUR EXHIBITORS AND WIN A PRIZE

Main Conference Sessions     : Large Hall                           1.   Download & join the ANZICS20 Mobile App
Breakout Sessions            : Small Hall                           2.   Go into the EXHIBITORS listing on the app
                                                                    3.   Visit each exhibitor, have a chat and get a
CREDIT CARDS & PAYMENT                                                   “keyword” from them.
                                                                    4.   Click on ‘Rate Now’ for that exhibitor & put their
Accepted cards are Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. Payment                    “keyword” in the Review space and submit
may also be made by cheque, payable to “Conference Trust            5.   Attend the Closing on Friday to be eligible to win the prize
Account”. All fees quoted are in New Zealand Dollars and are

A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020

FIRE/EMERGENCY EVACUATION                                                 MEDICAL

In the event of fire:                                                     Emergency (Police, Ambulance, Fire): 111
                                                                          Hawke's Bay Hospital: (06) 878 8109
▪     In the unlikely event of an emergency, a siren and
      bells will sound continuously. Please leave the venue               Napier Conference Centre staff are trained in basic first aid,
      immediately by the nearest EXIT. Assemble on the grass              and a first aid kit and defibrillator are kept in the main office. If
      area in front of the Floral Clock on Marine Parade.                 a person should require First Aid assistance please inform staff

▪     If the emergency is an earthquake, do not attempt to                MESSAGES
      leave the building until shaking has stopped. Keep away
      from all glass, shelter under doorways and tables. DROP             The registration desk staff will receive all messages which can
      COVER HOLD. If the earthquake is long (1 minute or                  be collected from the registration desk. The following contact
      more) or strong (enough to knock you off your feet),                number can be provided for messages: 021 325 133.
      SELF EVACUATE to high ground immediately without
      waiting for evacuation notice due to Tsunami threat. Our            NAME BADGES
      primary route is the stairs to the right of Te Pania Hotel          All delegates will be given a name badge upon registration.
      up Seaview Terrace, secondary route is Coote Road.                  This name badge is your official pass to sessions, catering
▪     If you are the first person at the emergency please hit             areas and social functions. It is compulsary for delegates to
      the nearest call point (small red boxes near exits) then            wear their name badge at all time when on-site.
      contact reception immediately.
                                                                          NO SMOKING POLICY
INTERNET/WIFI                                                             The Napier Conference Centre is a non-smoking venue at all
Wireless Internet is complimentary.                                       times. We are located in a Napier City Council Fresh Air Zone
                                                                          and ask all attendees to respect this initiative by moving to the
Select: “Conference Centre Free Wifi” and click through to
                                                                          beach area to smoke.
accept the terms and conditions.
                                                                          Delegates should be aware that smoking is banned in public
LIABILITY DISCLAIMER                                                      buildings and many hotels and restaurants in New Zealand.

Should for any reason outside the control of the Conference
Organisers, the venue or speakers change, or the event be
cancelled, the Conference Organisers shall endeavour to                   All morning teas, lunches and afternoon teas, as scheduled
reschedule, but the client hereby indemnifies the Conference              in the programme, will be served in the exhibition area.
Organisers including but not limited to the Host, Organising              Delegates who have registered special dietary requirements
Committee and Workz4U Ltd harmless from and against                       are catered for on separate buffet tables during the catering
any and all costs, damages and expenses. This agreement is                breaks. Delegates who have special dietary requirements and
subject to the laws of New Zealand. A registration submission             have not registered their requirements should advise the staff
indicates acceptance of this indemnity.                                   at the registration desk as soon as possible.

9           ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"
A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care - ANZICS20 HANDBOOK - ORL 2020


On arrival please register at the Workz4U registration desk
located in the foyer area outside the Ballroom (Exhibition Hall)
at The Napier Conference Centre. Our team will be happy to
assist with any queries.


Every precaution will be taken to protect delegate belongings.
However the Conference Organisers will not accept
responsibility for the loss or damage of delegate belongings
in the venue. In all cases the delegates must assume
responsibility for their own property. Please be security
conscious, do not leave purses, laptops or any easily portable
items unattended at any time.


Baywide Taxis:
☎ 06 843 4524 or freephone 0800 88 55 33
Hastings Taxis:
☎ 06 878 5055 or freephone 0800 875 055
Hawke's Bay Combined Taxis:
☎ 06 835 7777 or freephone 0800 627 437
Black Rose Limousines:
☎ 0800 275 466 or 027 334 0474


                                                                                            Dr Jean-Pierre Frat
                                                                                            Service Médecine Intensive Réanimation, ALIVE
                                                                                            Research Group,
                                                                                            University of Poitiers, France

                                                                   Dr Frat has worked for 20 years in the university hospital of
                                                                   Poitiers in a Medical Intensive care unit. Dr Frat belongs to the
                                                                   European research Network REVA in which he has conducted
                                                                   many RCTs focused on non-invasive oxygen supports. He is
                                                                   affiliated to the INSERM ALIVE group, working on oxygen
                                                                   support, sleep disorder in critical care.

                                                                                            Dr Lynne Maher
                                                                                            Improvement & Innovation Clinical Director, Ko
                                                                                            Awatea, C
                                                                                                    ​ ounties Manukau Health, Auckland, NZ
                                                                                            Honorary Associate Professor of Nursing,
                                                                                            The University of Auckland,
                                                                                            Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Medicine,
                                                                                            The University of Tasmania

                                                                   Lynne has had an extensive health care career ranging from
                                                                   critical care nursing, operational and board posts at local and
                                                                   national level during which she has been able to support teams
                                                                   to create significant improvement in health systems. This has
                                                                   been specifically through her work on co-design, creativity and
                                                                   innovation, creating the culture for innovation, leading change
                                                                   and sustainability for improvement.
                                                                   Lynne is an Advisory Board Member of the CORE Research
                                                                   Study on co-design at the University of Melbourne. This is
                                                                   notably the first ever Randomised Control Trial of co-design in
                                                                   Mental Health Services. She is a reviewer for the NZ Medical
                                                                   Journal, BMJ Quality and Safety Journal and the Journal of
                                                                   Clinical Nursing.

11   ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"

                       Honorary Associate Professor                                            Professor Boyd Swinburn​
                       Forbes McGain                                                           Professor of Population Nutrition and Global Health,
                                                                                               School of Population Health,
                       Anaesthetist and ICU Physician, Western Health,                         The University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ
                       Victoria, Australia
                                                                         Boyd Swinburn is Professor of Population Nutrition and Global
Forbes has been an anaesthetist and intensive care physician
                                                                         Health in the School of Population Health, University of
at Western Health, Melbourne, Australia for the past decade.
                                                                         Auckland. He trained as an endocrinologist but is now a public
Beyond clinical work, education, becoming a CICM First Part
                                                                         health physician and conducts research on community and
Examiner and surviving adult/parenthood, he completed a PhD
                                                                         policy actions to prevent childhood and adolescent obesity, and
in the field of hospital environmental sustainability in 2016.
                                                                         reduce, what he has coined, the ‘obesogenic’ food environment.
Forbes enjoys collaborating in research and education at the
                                                                         He is Co-Chair of World Obesity’s Policy & Prevention section
hospital, university and beyond. Forbes remains passionate
                                                                         and Co-Chair of the Lancet Commission on Obesity. He
about making seemingly small environmental, financial and
                                                                         established the World Health Organisation’s first Collaborating
social sustainability changes to how we practice medicine that
                                                                         Centre for Obesity Prevention, at Deakin University in
become magnified through every nations’ hospitals.
                                                                         Melbourne and has also contributed to over 30 WHO
                                                                         consultations and reports on obesity. He leads an international
                                                                         network (INFORMAS) in over 30 countries to monitor and
                                                                         benchmark the healthiness of food environments and the
                                                                         implementation of food policies and actions to reduce obesity.

                       Professor James Renwick
                       Head of School of Geography, Wellington, NZ

James has nearly four decades’ experience in weather and
climate research. His main field is large-scale climate variability
and climate change, including the El Niño-Southern Oscillation
cycle, the Southern Hemisphere westerly winds, and the impacts
of climate variability and change on the Pacific, New Zealand
and the Antarctic. James was a lead author for the last two
Assessment Reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change (IPCC), and is a Coordinating Lead Author for the new
6th IPCC Assessment. He was awarded the Prime Minister’s
2018 prize for Science Communication.


                                                                             ECMO, pulmonary imaging, acute respiratory distress syndrome,
                                                                             ventilator-associated pneumonia. He was chief investigator of the
                                                                             Gravity VAP-Trial, a prospective randomized multicentre clinical
                                                                             trial to study the efficacy and safety of the lateral-Trendelenburg
                                                                             position versus the semi-recumbent position in tracheally
                                                                             intubated and mechanically ventilated patient for the prevention of
                        Dr David Anderson
                                                                             ventilator-associated pneumonia. He has published over 80 peer-
                        Intensivist, Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
                                                                             reviewed papers, reviews and editorials on these subjects and he
David is an intensivist and medical donation specialist at The               wrote a chapter on management of airways secretions in the latest
Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. Following internship at Hawkes Bay             edition of Principles and Practice of Mechanical Ventilation edited
Regional Hospital he started training in anaesthesia and intensive           by Prof. Martin Tobin. He was awarded several prizes, such as the
care medicine in Auckland before moving to Sydney to complete                2005 American Society Artificial Internal Organs ASAIO Award;
his intensive care training. He has also spent time training in              2007 National Institutes of Health Fellows Award for Research
prehospital and retrieval medicine and palliative medicine.                  Excellence; 2009 ESICM/ECCRN Alain Harf Award on Applied
Following his training he completed a fellowship in trauma critical          Respiratory Physiology; 2013 ESICM/ECCRN Young Investigator
care in Toronto. Before medicine he worked as a paramedic in                 Award; 2018 TPCH Foundation Innovation grant and the 2019
Auckland. He is interested in end of life care, bioethics, organ             Australian & New Zealand Intensive Care Foundation Award. A/
donation, prehospital and retrieval medicine, trauma and ECMO.               Prof Li Bassi is an active member of Critical Care sections of the
He has an embarrassingly large collection of Lego.                           American Thoracic Society and the American Society of Critical Care
                                                                             Medicine and ad-hoc reviewer of more than 20 medical journals in
                                                                             the fields of critical care medicine and anaesthesia.
                                                                             A/Prof Li Bassi is currently focusing on developing new
                                                                             technologies to image pulmonary biofluids during mechanical
                        Associate Professor                                  ventilation, heart reconditioning, ECMO, models of haemorrhagic
                        Gianluigi Li Bassi                                   shock and ventilator-associated pneumonia and new therapeutic
                                                                             approaches for ARDS subphenotypes.
                        Intensive Care Specialist, Critical Care Research
                        Group, The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH),
                        Chermside, UK

A/Prof Gianluigi Li Bassi is an intensive care specialist, working
at the Critical Care Research Group, The Prince Charles Hospital
(TPCH), Chermside. He received his medical degree from the                                           Dr Elizabeth Bennett
University of Milan, Italy. During his training in anaesthesia and
                                                                                                     Post-Graduate Co-ordinator,
critical care medicine, worked at the Intensive Care Unit of the                                     Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Training,
Policlinico of Milan, Italy led by Prof. Luciano Gattinoni. He began                                 Fiji National University, Suva, Fiji
his research career at the Division of Pulmonary and Cardiac Assist
                                                                             Dr Elizabeth Bennett (known as Lisa) originally trained in medicine
Device, mentored by Theodor Kolobow, the father of ECMO, at
                                                                             then later specialised in both Anaesthesia and Intensive care in
the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA. In those
                                                                             Brisbane, Australia. Prior to specialist training Lisa worked in the
settings, he tested new preventive approaches to reduce incidence
                                                                             UK for 4 years gaining experience in Anaesthesia, emergency
of ventilator-associated pneumonia and developed new devices to
                                                                             medicine, Paediatrics and Neonatal intensive care and as
reduce infections during mechanical ventilation. Upon returning
                                                                             completing a Diploma of tropical Medicine, During specialist
to Europe he moved to Barcelona, Spain to lead the Division of
                                                                             training she worked as an anaesthetist for the ICRC in Timor
Animal Experimentation, and worked as intensive care consultant
                                                                             and Africa. After fellowship was employed as Consultant at
at the Pulmonary Critical Care Unit of the Hospital Clinic with
                                                                             Royal Brisbane Hospital and began in 2003 visiting Fiji to assist
Prof. A Torres. Finally, in 2018, he moved to Australia to lead the
                                                                             teaching and training in ICU in Suva. She has now been working
Division of Animal Experimentation of the Critical Care Research
                                                                             in Fiji as the Intensivist at CWMH for more than 15 years and
Group (TPCH) and collaborate with Prof. J. Fraser.
                                                                             is employed as Coordinator of Post-graduate specialist training
Throughout the years A/Prof Li Bassi significantly contributed to            in Anaesthesia&Intensive care for the pacific region via the Fiji
the field of cardiopulmonary failure, focusing on heart transplant,          national University. She has also completed a Masters of Public
                                                                             Health through JCU.

13         ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"

                                                                           Journal of Medicine study on Excess Mortality in Puerto Rico after
                                                                           Hurricane Maria. From 2011-2016, he was a consultant for the
                                                                           Climate and Health Program at the Centers for Disease Control and
                                                                           ​ e also holds academic appointments at the Harvard School of
                       Dr Irma Bilgrami                                    Public Health (FXB Center), where he is a contributing editor for its
                       ICU Consultant, Western Health,
                                                                           Journal, ‘Health and Human Rights,’ and was Guest Editor for the
                       Melbourne, Australia                                June 2014 edition on ‘Climate Justice.’ Dr. Lemery is a member of
                                                                           the Council on Foreign Relations. He currently serves as Associate
Irma Bilgrami is a Intensivist at Western Health in Melbourne              Director for the University of Colorado’s Consortium on Climate
with an interest in clinical education and effective                       Change & Health.

                       Professor Jay Lemery, MD
                                                                                                   Dr Segun Olusanya
                       Professor of Emergency Medicine,
                       University of Colorado School of Medicine; Chief,                           Critical Care Echocardiography Fellow,
                       Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, Department                           Department of Perioperative Medicine,
                       of Environmental and Occupational Health, The                               Barts Heart Centre, London, UK
                       Colorado School of Public Health, Colorado, USA
                                                                           Dr Segun Olusanya is a Specialty Trainee in Intensive Care
Jay Lemery, MD, is a Professor of Emergency Medicine at the                Medicine, currently working as Fellow in Critical Care
University of Colorado School of Medicine, Chief of the Section            Echocardiography at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London. His
of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, and Faculty in the               special interests are point of care ultrasonography, social media
Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at The                 and its role in medical education, and the wellbeing of the critical
Colorado School of Public Health. He is a Past-President of the            care professional. He usually combines all three by telling people
Wilderness Medical Society.                                                to look after themselves, while live tweeting from an ultrasound
Dr. Lemery has expertise in austere and remote medical care, as            course.
well as the effects of climate change on human health. He sits             He is also the lesser half of “MonAnnie”, an award winning
on the National Academy of Medicine’s (IOM) Roundtable on                  dessert company. He claims to help his wife run this; usually by
Environmental Health Sciences, Research, and Medicine and is               eating all the leftover cakes.
currently the Medical Director for the National Science Foundation’s
Polar Research program. He is a physician consultant to the
Exploration Medical Capability Element of NASA’s Human Research
Program. From 2014-2016, he was the EMS Medical Director for
the United States Antarctic Program.
In 2017, Dr Lemery co-authored ‘Enviromedics: the Impact of
Climate Change on Human Health’ and in 2015 co-Edited ‘Global
Climate Change and Human Health: From Science to Practice’,
with a 2nd edition coming late 2020. Dr. Lemery was a technical
contributor to the 13 U.S. Federal Agency, ‘Fourth National Climate
Assessment’ (2018), and co-author on the landmark New England


                       Dr Sara Allen                                                                Dr Hayley Bennett
                       Intensivist & Anaesthetist, Auckland City Hospital,                          Public Health Physician, Hayley Bennett Public Health
                       Auckland, New Zealand                                                        Medicine, Rotorua, New Zealand

Dr Sara Allen is a cardiothoracic Intensivist and Anaesthetist, who          Hayley Bennett MBChB, MPH, FNZCPHM is a Public Health
works at Auckland City Hospital in the Greenlane Department                  Physician who lives and works in Rotorua. Her particular interests
of Cardiothoracic and ORL Anaesthesia and the Cardiothoracic                 include: the social determinants of health, sustainability and
and Vascular Intensive Care Unit. Dr Allen has clinical interests in         climate change, and health equity. She is a long-term member of
TOE and mechanical support, as well as training, supervision and             OraTaiao: The NZ Climate and Health Council and the Sustainable
education within anaesthesia and intensive care, and has published           Health Sector National Network. She has two children, and is a
journal articles and book chapters on the care of transplant and             keen mountain-biker and sailor.
mechanical support patients, ECMO and TOE. Sara has recently
completed her first year of a Masters in Medical Education. In her
spare time she is currently occupied with her new baby Kit, and her
two Siamese cats

                                                                                                    Gillian Bishop
                                                                                                    Service Clinical Director, DCCM,
                                                                                                    Auckland, New Zealand

                                                                             Gillian is currently the Clinical Director of the Department of
                       Captain David Barber                                  Critical Care Medicine in Auckland City Hospital. Prior to this she
                       Nursing Officer, Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps,     was in Sydney for 29 years at Liverpool ICU. Her ICU interests are
                       New Zealand
                                                                             leadership, motivation, change management and the ICU part
Captain David Barber. I am a full time Military nurse and Clinical           1 exam.
Nurse Specialist in Critical Care with the New Zeeland Defence
force (NZDF). My current role is a Flight Nursing Officer with the
Royal New Zealand Airforce, one of my core responsibilities is to
train NZDF personnel in aeromedical evacuation (AE). I am also an
AE team member who must maintain currency and readiness to
deploy in support of NZDF operations
                                                                                                    Nic Bishop
                                                                                                    Sustainability Manager, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare,
I began working in health as a donor technician for the New                                         Auckland, New Zealand
Zealand Blood service (2000), then trained as a Registered Nurse
                                                                             Nic is the Head of Sustainability at Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
at WINTEC & Waikato hospital (2005), began Post Graduate
                                                                             and has worked in sustainability in New Zealand and overseas for
study at the Royal Melbourne hospital and completed a Masters
                                                                             the last 20 years. He’s been fortunate to work for some of New
of Nursing science from Victoria University of Wellington while
                                                                             Zealand’s largest companies, including Fonterra, Trade Me and is
working at Waikato ICU (2013).
                                                                             also a Director for the circular economy agency Circularity. Nic is
I maintain my clinical practice in Critical Care by working at               passionate about helping organisations learn about and reduce
Waikato ICU and for the Waikato Air Ambulance. Recent career                 their environmental and social impact. Nic has been with Fisher
highlights include an operational tour to Iraq (2017) & ICU nursing          & Paykel Healthcare for 3 years and is loving learning about the
support to the Samoan measles crisis (2019).                                 health sector and how to position carbon as a design challenge to
                                                                             help disconnect economic growth from environmental impact.

15         ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"

                                                                                                   Ross Freebairn
                        Dr Craig Carr
                                                                                                   Consultant, Intensive Care Services, Hawke’s Bay
                        Clinical Director ICU, Southern DHB, Dunedin, NZ                           DHB, Hastings, NZ

Craig trained in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine in                Ross Freebairn is an Intensive Care Consultant at Hawke’s Bay
Glasgow, Edinburgh and London before working as a consultant               Hospital, in Hastings Associate Dean (Hawke’s’ Bay) University of
and then clinical director in London from 2002 to 2014. During             Otago Wellington, New Zealand, and currently President of the
that time he developed special interests in ICU turnaround,                Asia Pacific Association of Critical Care Medicine. He is an Adjunct
critical care facility & service design, health economics, integrated      Associate Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and
governance, health policy, stress responses, immunomodulation              a Medical Director of NZ Air Ambulance Service. Dr Freebairn is a
and systemic fungal infections in ICU.                                     member of the BASIC steering group and, is involved in courses
In 2012 he graduated MBA with distinction and Deans                        running in NZ, Australia. Africa, Asia, the Middle East, the Pacific
commendation from University of Oxford and started to pursue               and Europe. Allegedly lives in Hawke’s Bay, married with three
interests in economics particularly as they apply to health and            children and a dog that still recognizes him.
In late 2014 he moved to Dunedin as Clinical Director and between
2015-2020 oversaw the development of a new 22-bed critical care
service integrating intensive care and surgical high dependency.
Formerly the Safety and Quality Representative, he is currently the
NZ Regional Chair of ANZICS and the Deputy Chair of the New
Dunedin Hospital Clinical Leaders Group. He also runs a 55 acre                                    David Galler
sheep farm in Otago.                                                                               Specialist, Intensive Care Unit, Middlemore Hospital,
                                                                                                   Auckland, New Zealand

                                                                           David Galler is the son of Polish Jewish refugees who ate pork
                                                                           and made yoghurt from sour milk. After attaining his first degree
                                                                           at Victoria University, he worked as a bus driver in Wellington.
                                                                           One day he was let go so became a doctor, working and training
                                                                           in Auckland and London all the while accumulating more and
                        Dr Craig Ellis                                     more post graduate qualifications in his wake. He trained in
                                                                           London and NZ and has been a specialist in the Intensive Care
                        Deputy Medical Director, St John Ambulance
                        New Zealand                                        Unit at Middlemore Hospital for 30 years. During that time he
                                                                           has survivied a number of leadership positions within his own
Dr Craig Ellis is a Specialist Prehospital and Emergency Physician
                                                                           organisation and in the wider world. They include stints as
based in Hawke’s Bay New Zealand. He splits his time between
                                                                           Executive member, VP and President of the Association of Salaried
working as Deputy Medical Director for St John New Zealand,
                                                                           Specialists; Principal Medical Advisor to Directors General and
who deliver the Emergency Ambulance Service for (almost) all of
                                                                           Ministers of Health; Foundation Board Member of the Health
New Zealand and as a Senior Staff Specialist in the Emergency
                                                                           Quality Safety Commission; Foiunding member of the Counties
Department of the Hawkes Bay Regional Hospital. He is regularly
                                                                           Manukau Environmental Sustainability Board; and for a year
involved in primary emergency responses by both road and rotary
                                                                           worked as a volunteer in samoa establishing a successful to service
wing. His interests are in anaphylaxis, clinical risk mitigation,
                                                                           to improve the outcomes of infants, chidren and young people
prehospital critical care and austere/remote medical practice. He
                                                                           suffering from acute reversible disease. He is a Board member of
is married to an Intensive Care Medicine Physician and has three
                                                                           THE NZMA; the Charity Take My Hands and the Health Coalition
beautiful children.
                                                                           Aotearoa, an organisation dedicated to reduce preventable harm
                                                                           from unhealthy food, alcohol and tobacco.


                       Linda Grady                                                                 Yehudit Henson
                       Clinical Nurse Specialist, ICU, Southern DHB,                               Registered Nurse, Palmerston North ICU,
                       Dunedin, New Zealand                                                        Palmerston North, NZ

Linda Grady’s current position within Southern District Health              I first graduated from UCOL in 2001 and commenced my nursing
Board is that of Clinical Nurse Specialist for Critical Care. She           Career in surgical services. My ambition was to become an ICU
also a clinical tutor at Otago Medical School for a 2nd and                 nurse and within 2 years I was offered a position on the Critical
3rd year class and is a Professional Teaching Fellow for Otago              Care course and was able to work in Palmerston North ICU. I
University. She is one of the founding members of the Dunedin               have spent a total of 12 years in Critical care nursing and was
hospital Tracheostomy Response Team TRT. Linda believes in                  fortunate to spend a year in Waikato Hospital ICU. Drawing on
the achievement of clinical excellence and advancing expertise,             this experience, provides a foundation for my talk. Within my
not just within the Critical Care team but throughout the entire            18 year nursing career I also had the pleasure to work in the
organisation. The phenomenon, that the more you learn the more              community as a Peritoneal dialysis nurse and also Respiratory
you want to know, is accurate and an absolute for Linda. She has            Nurse educator, teaching children about asthma management and
been successful with post graduate study in the fields of critical          providing education to the wider community about asthma and its
care, aeromedical retrieval, advanced health assessment, leadership         awareness.
and management and completed clinical masters in education.

                                                                                                   Oliver Hunt
                       Nayda Heays                                                                 Founder of Medsalv, Christchurch, New Zealand
                       Intensive Care Nurse, Hawkes Bay DHB, Hastings, NZ
                                                                            Medsalv was founded in late 2017 as a Master of Engineering
Ko Putauaki me Pōhatu oku maunga
                                                                            Management Project at the University of Canterbury. In the
Ko Whakatāne toku awa
                                                                            two years since its inception Medsalv has led the way towards
Ko Mataatua toku waka
                                                                            sustainable healthcare in New Zealand, and has generated
Ko Ngati Awa me Ngai Tūhoe oku iwi
                                                                            substantial cost and waste reductions for surgical hospitals through
Ko Te Pahipoto me Ngai Teriu oku hapu
                                                                            the reprocessing of single-use medical devices. Reprocessing
Ko Nayda Heays toku ingoa
                                                                            single-use medical devices is the practice of inspecting, cleaning,
No Aotearoa ahau
                                                                            function testing, sterilizing and packaging devices so that they can
Kei Ahuriri ahau enoho ana
                                                                            be clinically and safely used again – instead of going to landfill
I am a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at the Hawke's           after one use. Medsalv was recognised for its work towards a
Bay Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Hospital. For 3 years I have shared           circular economy and for its social employment policies in 2019,
a dual resource role with Associate Clinical Nurse Manager Julie            taking away the ‘Going Circular’ Award at the Sustainable Business
Guiney as an Organ Donation Link Nurse. My primary focus is on              Network National Awards, and the ‘Business for Good’ Award at
the need to raise the profile of organ donation with Māori through          the Canterbury Champion awards. Reprocessing by Medsalv has
developing education, wananga and ongoing cultural competency               diverted thousands of devices from landfill, with an average of
evaluation within the ICU environment and the wider community.              over 5 extra uses per device generating an over 80% reduction in
I believe sharing and delivering this kaupapa guided by tikanga             potential waste for devices currently being reprocessed.
Māori practices will ensure cultural safety to empower Māori to
have these informed conversations outside the grief and despair
of ICU. "Whaia te matauranga hei oranga mō koutou - Seek
knowledge for the sake of your wellbeing"

17         ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"

                       Sarah Imray
                       CNS PAR SERVICE                                                                 Dr Brent McSharry
                       Wellington Regional Hospital, Wellington,
                       New Zealand                                                                     Intensivist, Starship Child Health,
                       Sarah.imray@ccdhb.org.nz                                                        Auckland, New Zealand

I am the CNS of the PAR sevice based at Wellington hospital. I                Brent is one of the intensivists at Starship Hospital. Non clinical
trained, many moons ago, in Coventry, UK. I have worked in many               responsibilities include overseeing the national PICU transport
areas from care of the elderly to emergency nursing. I have spent             service, renal replacement therapy, and everything IT - from
the last 9 years in PAR with the last 5 years as the CNS. I have been         managing online resources, to overseeing collection, storage and
involved in the launch of the NZEWS at CCDHB and the continual                analysis of data for statistical benchmarking procedures. He has
development of the PAR service. I am passionate about patient                 not found any of these areas of interest to be useful conversation
safety and the importance of early recognition and rapid response.            starters.
I have recently been involved in working with consumers to develop
a family escalation pathway, Kōrero Mai, at CCDHB. I love working
with consumers and feel very privledged that I have been given this

                                                                                                       Fiona Miles
                                                                                                       Paediatric Intensivist, Starship Child Health,
                                                                                                       Auckland, New Zealand

                                                                              Fiona is a paediatric intensivist at Starship Children’s hospital,
                       Fiona McIver                                           Auckland. She is a supervisor of training, member of the intensive
                       Clinical Nurse Specialist, Long-Term Care              care and paediatric training committees and CICM paediatric
                       Coordination, PICU, Starship Child Health, Auckland,
                       New Zealand                                            examiner. Her interests are resilient health care, clinical excellence
                                                                              and ethics. Having completed a Diploma in Professional Ethics
Fiona is a Clinical Nurse Specialist coordinating the care of long
                                                                              and Postgraduate Diploma of Arts in Ethics, she is now working
term patients in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Starship Child
                                                                              towards a PhD in Ethics.
Health. She has an extensive background in ICU and with Emergency
Department experience. Fiona has a passion for working alongside
patients with complex needs and has a strong interest in empowering
families through education and support. Fiona has just completed her
Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Nursing and is looking forward
to starting her Masters this year. During her studies Fiona partnered                                  Bridget Oliver
with the Starship Douglas Simulation Team to develop and implement                                     Speech Language Therapist, Hawke's Bay DHB,
a scenario training program for families and support workers who care                                  Hastings, New Zealand
for children on long Term Ventilation in the community.
                                                                              Bridget has been practicing as a Speech and Language at
                                                                              Hawkes Bay District Health Board for nearly 3 years. Prior to
                                                                              this she worked at Waitemata District Health Board. Her role as
                                                                              both an acute and rehabilitation therapist involves looking after
                                                                              patients with swallowing and/or communication disorders. She is
                                                                              competent in both the use of FEES (Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation
                                                                              of Swallowing) and VFSS (Video Flouroscopic Evaluation of
                                                                              Swallowing) to objectively assess swallowing function and safety
                                                                              and guide management. More recently she has worked in a critical
                                                                              care setting and has enjoyed working as part of a MDT.


                                                                                                   Dr Alison Pirret
                        Michael Park                                                               Senior Lecturer, Massey University; Nurse Practitioner,
                                                                                                   Critical Care Complex, Counties Manukau DHB,
                        MBChB, MRCP, FCICM                                                         Auckland, New Zealand
Undergraduate training in Aberdeen (UK) at end of the last
                                                                          Dr Alison Pirret is employed as a Nurse Practitioner in the Critical
millennium, then Bart’s and The London to train in General
                                                                          Care Complex, Middlemore Hospital, Auckland. Alison works
Medicine. Completed MRCP and moved to Hawke’s Bay, New
                                                                          clinically within the ICU outreach service, sharing the role with the
Zealand for 6 months in 2003. Indecisiveness between Cardiology,
                                                                          ICU registrars and the Patient at Risk Team in providing care to the
Renal or Endocrine speciality training led to a period in Intensive
                                                                          physiologically unstable ward patient. Alison is also employed as
Care. Turned to the dark side by joining College Intensive Care
                                                                          Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing, Massey University, where
Medicine. Advanced training completed in Auckland. Moved back
                                                                          she teaches in the postgraduate nursing programme, including the
to the Hawke’s Bay in 2010 and became Head of Department
                                                                          nurse practitioner training programme, and is actively involved in
in 2012. Interests include mechanical ventilation, critical care
                                                                          nursing/interdisciplinary research. Alison is Assistant Editor of the
ultrasonography, quantitative acid-base analysis and Goals of Care.
                                                                          Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing.
Work commitments have cured an oenophilic obsession resulting in
a rather large wine collection.

                                                                                                   Helen Polley
                        Sharon Payne                                                               Registered Nurse, Counties Manukau Health,
                                                                                                   Auckland, New Zealand
                        Nurse Practitioner, Hawkes Bay DHB,
                        Hastings, New Zealand
                                                                          My nursing career has spanned orthopaedics, plastic and burn
I am a Nurse Practitioner working in the Emergency Department. I          surgical nursing, hyperbaric and latterly critical care. I also enjoyed
have a special interest in the assessment care of children and their      a small time as a nurse at an outdoor pursuit centre where I was
families. I also do a little work in primary health. I enjoy teaching     able to be an instructor for various activities and also use my
APLS, Paediatric Emergency Core course along with a number                nursing skills when required. My two specific specialities are Burns
of other acute care courses. I have received the Australasian             & Plastics and Critical Care.
Emergency nurses Award and a Queens Service Medal for services
to nursing. But really I am just an acute care nurse with a passion       I have always been passionate about the environment and
to provide excellent care to children and families.                       not wasting resources; natural or manufactured. My career in
                                                                          healthcare has made me very aware of the amount of wastage that
                                                                          occurs and I have always been on the lookout for organisations
                                                                          and places that could use expired or unwanted products/
                                                                          equipment rather than them going to waste. In the last ten years
                                                                          there has been a noticeable swell of individuals who feel the same
                                                                          and suddenly, my eccentricities have become popular!
                        Andrew Pickering                                  In 2016 I completed a post-grad diploma in Environmental
                        Dietitian, Hawke's Bay DHB, Hastings, NZ          Management which has given me some academic background
Andrew trained at Otago University where he completed a post              to my aim in wanting to be part of reducing the nation’s carbon
graduate diploma in dietetics. He has worked at Hawke's Bay               footprint.
Hospital for twelve years and has a keen interest in ICU and              I now work part-time in a critical care nursing role at Counties
Surgical nutrition. Andrew is also an experienced Bariatric dietetic      Manukau Health and also hold a Sustainability Coordinator role in
having worked alongside Dr John Fleischl at Hawke's Bays private          an educational facility.
hospital Royston for the past eight years.

19          ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"

                                                                                              Dr Jo Ritchie
                        Dr Alex Psirides
                                                                                              Intensivist, Counties Manukau DHB; Medical
                        Intensivist, Capital & Coast DHB,                                     Specialist, ODNZ, Auckland DHB, Auckland,
                        Wellington, New Zealand                                               New Zealand

Alex is an ICU specialist & co-clinical leader of the regional ICU     Jo works both as an intensivist at Middlemore Hospital and as
in Wellington. He trained in London, Australia and New Zealand.        a medical specialist at Organ Donation New Zealand. Her work
He has been involved in the design and implementation of rapid         interests include: end of life care and organ donation, climate
response systems to detect and respond to in-patient deterioration     change and health, and humanising the ICU for staff, patients, and
in several countries. His work and research in this area led to an     their families. She lives in Auckland where she also enjoys hanging
appointment as the national clinical lead for the New Zealand          out with her family, cooking and eating good food, dabbling in the
Health Quality & Safety Commission’s 5-year ‘Deteriorating Patient’    garden and riding her bike.
programme. He is medical director of Wellington’s ICU aeromedical
retrieval service covering the lower North and upper South
Islands. He is interested in how hospitals (often fail to) recognise
dying patients and thinks we could & should do better. When not
walking his dog or children, he builds websites & designs logos for
Wellington ICU’s prodigious research department. He has nearly
written a lot more papers so should spend less time on Twitter.                               Claire Scott
                                                                                              Associate Clinical Nurse Manager, (ACNM),
                                                                                              Canterbury DHB, Christchurch, NZ

                                                                       Claire is an Associate Clinical Nurse Manager (ACNM) at
                                                                       Christchurch Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit. Claire has over two
                                                                       decades of experience in the critical care environment and has
                                                                       faced the extra-ordinary challenge of coordinating the late shift
                        Philippa Reidpath                              on the March 15 Mosque Terrorist Attack. She felt privileged be a
                        ACNM - PAR Nursing Service, Hawke's Bay DHB,   part of the ICU team and looks back with a sense of pride that we
                        Hastings, New Zealand
                                                                       delivered exceptional care in exceptional circumstances. Claire’s
Philippa (Pip)’s background is in Intensive Care where a solid         strong interests and portfolios include Paediatrics, Spinal and IV
framework for practice was formed with the Critical Care course        Link. Claire finds Intensive Care both challenging and rewarding
and Post Graduate diploma in Specialty nursing practice (Critical      and has a strong belief of doing the small things right, as the
care). Overseas experiences saw Pip develop a broader sense            saying goes “little hinges swing big doors”. Doing the small
of healthcare and what it meant to work in another culture and         things right can improve patient outcomes. I endeavour to be an
corporate healthcare model whilst in Saudi Arabia. This experience     effective communicator and encourage compassion and empathy
afforded new opportunities within nursing where she became             for our patients.
an oral maxillofacial nurse. This role was divided into being the
theatre coordinator for trauma for OMFS, coordinating the cleft
lip and palate clinics, orthognathic elective cases and providing
intravenous sedation for clinic based extractions, implants and
bone grafts for example.
​ n returning to Hawke’s Bay she was offered the position of
Specialty clinical nurse with the PAR Service and subsequently
ACNM of the PAR Service. Pip loves the role of leading the PAR
service and in particular is passionate about supporting and
educating her nursing colleagues in order to inclusively deliver
treatment and management of the deteriorating patient.


                        Dr David Sidebotham                                                             Kelvin Still
                        Cardiac Anaesthetist and Intensivist, CVICU,                                    Registered Nurse, Hawkes Bay ICU,
                        Auckland DHB, Auckland, New Zealand                                             Napier, New Zealand

David is taking a hiatus from his job in CVICU in Auckland for a                Kelvin has worked as a Registered Nurse in ICU and Transport
sabbatical and to spend some time with Kit. He is studying for a                for the past 20 years. He worked for St John for a total of 11
degree in mathematics and statistics. He has been tinkering around              years of which 6 were in South Auckland as a Paramedic &
with Bayes formula in his spare time.                                           Advanced Paramedic. He served in East Timor with the NZ
                                                                                Army during the military action in early 2000's and worked for
                                                                                Aspen Medical in Iraq in 2017/18. They were responsible for
                                                                                building and operating three Trauma Field Hospitals during the
                                                                                occupation of Mosul by ISIS.

                        Jessie Smith
                        Sustainability Officer, Hawke's Bay DHB, Hastings, NZ

Jessie is the Hawke’s Bay DHB’s new Sustainability Officer. She
comes to this role from Canberra, Australia, where she completed                                        Dr Ted Ward
her Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (Sustainability) (Adv)                                        Intensivist, Hawke's Bay Hospital, Hastings, NZ
(Hons) at the Australian National University in 2018. With
experience and a special interest in interdisciplinary sustainability           Dr Ted Ward has been working in anaesthesia and intensive care
research, Jessie is driven to understand sustainability and                     in New Zealand for over 45 years. After graduating from Otago
environmental worldviews and behaviours from holistic, inclusive                University in the 'Class of '63, he spent three years in The Fallen
perspectives. She is enjoying applying this lens to her role at the             Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Hastings before moving to Auckland
HBDHB, and advocating for sustainable healthcare from within the                for specialist training in anaesthesia, achieving fellowship in 1970.
Facilities Management team.                                                     Taking up a Nuffield Dominion Scholarship in 1971, Dr Ward spent
                                                                                the next few years working in Europe. In 1973 he took up a post as
                                                                                Assistant Professor, Department of Anaesthesia, San Antonio Texas.
                                                                                Returning to New Zealand, he took up the role of director of
                                                                                anaesthesia and intensive care in Hawke's Bay in 1974, and
                                                                                continued with that role until 1997. He was a founder member of
                        Dr Andrew Stapleton                                     the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society and was
                        Chair, New Zealand Committee, College of Intensive      chairman of the New Zealand Regional Committee from 1978 to
                        Care Medicine (NZ CICM); Director of Intensive Care,
                        Hutt Hospital, Wellington, NZ                           1982 and was Medical Director of the local St John Ambulance
                                                                                until 1995. Over this time, he also served as a final examiner for
Andrew Stapleton is an intensivist and anaesthstist, the director of            the Faculty of Anaesthesia from 1983 - 1996. In 2020 Dr Ward
Hutt Hospital ICU, and the current chair of the CICM NZ national                was honoured with a Companion of the New Zealand Order of
committee. he also works at HQSC on the ANZICS CORE outlier                     Merit - for services to intensive care.

21          ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"

                       Debbie Wilson
                       Sustainability Manager Strategy and Infrastructure,
                       Counties Manukau DHB, Auckland, New Zealand

Debbie is a doubly qualified nurse who completed a BSc (Hons)
degree in Nursing and Human Science in 1996. Working in critical
care from 1996 until 2011 and moving from the UK in 2008 to
live and work in New Zealand broadened her understanding of
healthcare systems. Since 2012 Debbie has led the Environmental
Sustainability programme at CM Health after beginning a Doctoral
study with Auckland University of Technology in 2012; scheduled
to complete early 2020. Exploring sustainable healthcare practice
and researching the outcomes of the organisations environmental
sustainability and recycling programme, within the context of
large scale organisational change management. By incorporating
the elements of ‘green’ healthcare delivery with carbon reduction
strategies, the impact of carbon intense activities are lessened in
the face of growing economic, environmental and social issues.



 Wednesday 4 March 2020

 5.00pm - 6.30pm

 Exhibition Hall, Napier Conference Centre

Delegates and exhibitors are invited to the Welcome
Reception to be held with the industry representatives. This
is an opportunity for us to welcome you to the conference
and for you to meet and mingle with friends, colleagues and
industry representatives.

Cost: One ticket is included in the full registration fee only.
Extra tickets can be purchased for $68.00. ​


 Thursday 5 March 2020

 from 7.00pm

 Gatsby Room, The Emporium
 Art Deco Masonic Hotel, 2 Tennyson Street, Napier, NZ

Join us for a fun evening with friends and colleagues at the
gorgeous Art Deco Masonic Hotel.

Enjoy great food and refreshments along with fabulous
entertainment and plenty of opportunity to socialise and
dance the night away ..​.​Make sure you dress for the
occasion.... Art Deco style!

​ ost: One ticket is included in the full registration fee only.
Extra tickets can be purchased for $145.00.

23         ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"

0900               Registration and Light Refreshments                                                                                                                             Gallery

                                                                                 Large Hall                                                                                      Small Hall
0930 -1200                                                       Facilitator Ross Freebairn   0930 -1200                                                           Facilitator: Janet How
Ventilation Workshop —                                                                        Nursing Workshop — Nurses Leading the Way
How I Solve My Ventilation Problems                                                           Dr Alison Pirret, Senior Lecturer, Massey University; Nurse Practitioner, Critical Care
                                                                                              Complex, Counties Manukau DHB, Auckland, NZ
Dr Jean-Pierre Frat, Service Médecine Intensive Réanimation, ALIVE Research Group,            Dr Lynne Maher, Improvement & Innovation Clinical Director, Ko Awatea, Counties
University of Poitiers, France                                                                Manukau Health, Auckland, NZ
Associate Professor Ross Freebairn, Consultant, Intensive Care Services, Hawke’s Bay          Linda Grady, Clinical Nurse Specialist, ICU, Southern DHB, Dunedin, NZ
DHB, Hastings, NZ                                                                             ​Philippa Reidpath, ACNM - PAR Nursing Service, Hawke’s Bay DHB, Hastings, NZ
                                                                                               Fiona McIver, Nurse Specialist, Long-Term Care Coordination, PICU, Starship Child Health,
0930 - 0935                                                                                    Auckland, NZ
Introduction and Welcome
Associate Professor Ross Freebairn, Consultant, Intensive Care Services, Hawkes Bay
DHB, Hastings, NZ

0935 - 1000
Ventilation Support while Avoiding Intubation
Dr Jean-Pierre Frat, Service Médecine Intensive Réanimation, ALIVE Research Group,
University of Poitiers, France

1000 - 1025
Pulmonary Biofluids- Additional Complexity
Associate Professor Gianluigi Li Bassi, Intensive Care Specialist, Critical Care Research
Group, The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH), Chermside, Australia

1025 - 1050
Setting PEEP in Ventilation
Associate Professor Ross Freebairn, Consultant, Intensive Care Services, Hawkes Bay
DHB, Hastings, NZ

1050 - 1115
Preventing Reintubation
Dr Jean-Pierre Frat, Service Médecine Intensive Réanimation, ALIVE Research Group,
University of Poitiers, France


1115-1130 Light Morning Tea
                                                                                 Large Hall                                                                                      Small Hall
                                                                 Facilitator Ross Freebairn                                                                        Facilitator: Janet How

1130 - 1230
Case discussions and Questions

Pulmonary Biofluids in ARDS: Characterising
an Overlooked Risk
Associate Professor Gianluigi Li Bassi, Intensive Care Specialist, Critical Care Research
Group, The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH), Chermside, UK



1200         Registration, Lunch & Industry Exhibition                                                                                                     The Ballroom

                                                                                                                                                               Large Hall
1230 -1300   Welcome                                                                                                                                Chair: Louise Speedy

1300 -1330   Oxygen in ICU
             ​ r Jean-Pierre Frat, Service Médecine Intensive Réanimation, ALIVE Research Group,
             University of Poitiers, France
1330 -1400   Codesign in Critical Care
             Dr Lynne Maher, Improvement & Innovation Clinical Director, Ko Awatea, Counties Manukau Health, Auckland, NZ
1400 -1430   Global Collaboration for a Global Problem: The COVID-19 Outbreak
             and the ECMOCARD Study
             Associate Professor Gianluigi Li Bassi, Intensive Care Specialist, Critical Care Research Group, The Prince Charles
             Hospital (TPCH), Chermside, UK

1430 -1500   Afternoon Tea and Industry Exhibition                                                                                                         The Ballroom

1500 -1530   Climate Change & Human Health, 2020 Update (                                           via video link )
                                                                                                                                                 Chairs: Debra Chalmers
                                                                                                                                                   & Annamma Chacko
             Professor Jay Lemery, Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine; Chief, Wilderness and
             Environmental Medicine, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, The Colorado School of Public Health,
             Colorado, USA
1530 -1550   Update on Caring for Children in General Intensive Care Units
             Dr Brent McSharry, Intensivist, Starship Child Health, Auckland, NZ
1550 -1600   I’ve Got That Feeling
             Sharon Payne, Nurse Practitioner, Hawkes Bay DHB, Hastings, NZ
1600 -1610   Children with Complex Needs in ICU – Expectations v’s Reality
             Fiona McIver, Nurse Specialist, Long-Term Care Coordination, PICU, Starship Child Health, Auckland, NZ

1610 -1700                                                               Large Hall   1610 -1700                                                               Small Hall

ANZICS AGM                                                                            NZCCCN AGM

1700 -1830   Welcome Reception with Sponsors and Exhibitors                                                                                                The Ballroom

                                                                                                                                                               Large Hall
PUBLIC LECTURE                                                                                                                         Chair: Louise Trent & Tom Belford

1900 -1945     Climate Change Emergency, So What?
               Professor James Renwick, Head of School: Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences, Victoria University of
               Wellington, Wellington, NZ

1945 -2015     The Climate Crisis is Everyone's Medical Emergency;
               So What Are You Doing About It Doc?
               Honorary Associate Professor Forbes McGain, Anaesthetist and ICU Physician, Western Health, Victoria, Australia

25       ANZICS20 HANDBOOK "A 2020 Vision of Our Environment: The Spectrum of Intensive Care"
0700          Registration and Industry Exhibition Open, Arrival Tea & Coffee                                                                             The Ballroom

0730 - 0830   Bonus Session: A Wake-Up Call For Welfare Advocating For Welfare —                                                                              Large Hall
              Looking After Yourself So You Can Look After Others                                                          Facilitator: Debra Chalmers & Tanya Christie
                                                                                                                                           A Light Breakfast Is Provided

              Being a Welfare Advocate
              Dr Sara Allen, Intensivist & Anaesthetist, Auckland DHB, Auckland, NZ

              The Kindness of “Strangers”: Social Media as a Tool for Peer Support in Healthcare
              ( via videoconference )
              ​​Dr Segun Olusanya, Critical Care Echocardiography Fellow, Department of Perioperative Medicine,
                Barts Heart Centre, London, UK

              Keeping the Care in Healthcare. Compassion for Yourself and Finding the Balance
              ( via pre-recorded video link )
              ​​Dr Irma Bilgrami, ICU Consultant, Western Health, Melbourne, Australia

              Dealing with Distress: The Role of Professional Supervision
              ​Dr Fiona Miles, Paediatric Intensivist, Starship Child Health, Auckland, NZ

THE BIG PICTURE                                                                                                                      Chairs: Dave Galler & Louise Trent

0830 - 0915 Climate Change: What Does it Mean for our Future?
              Professor James Renwick, Head of School: Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences,
              Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, NZ
0915 -1000    The Global Syndemic of Obesity, Undernutrition and Climate Change:
              Implications for our Food Systems
              Professor Boyd Swinburn, Professor of Population Nutrition and Global Health, School of Population Health,
              The University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ
1000 -1030    The ICU: The Pinnacle of Healthcare, The Furthest To Fall
              Honorary Associate Professor Forbes McGain, Anaesthetist and ICU Physician, Western Health, Victoria, Australia

1030 -1100    Morning Tea, Industy Exhibition                                                                                                             The Ballroom

PANEL DISCUSSION — LEADERSHIP ADVOCACY ACTION                                                                                                        Chair: Louise Trent

1100 -1200    The Short History of the Sustainable Health National Network
              Debbie Wilson, Sustainability Manager Strategy and Infrastructure, Counties Manukau DHB, Auckland, NZ
              Leadership Beyond the ICU
              Dr David Galler, Intensive Care Specialist at Counties Manukau DHB, Auckland, NZ
              Climate Change and Health Equity in Aotearoa-New Zealand
              Dr Hayley Bennett, Public Health Physician, Public Health Medicine, Rotorua, NZ
              What's Happening across the Ditch
              Honorary Associate Professor Forbes McGain, Anaesthetist and ICU Physician, Western Health, Victoria, Australia

1200 -1210    Clinical Update. My Practical Environmental Tips in Critical Care                                                                      Chair: Kirsty Taylor
              ​Helen Polley, Registered Nurse, Counties Manukau Health, Auckland, NZ

1210 -1220    Military Aeromedical Evacuation
              Captain David Barber, Nursing Officer, Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps, NZ

1220 -1230    ​Feeding      the Critically Ill Obese Patient- Is There Another Way?
              Andrew Pickering, Dietitian, Hawke’s Bay DHB, Hastings, NZ

1230 -1330    Lunch and Industry Exhibition                                                                                                               The Ballroom

You can also read